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  • Here it is!

    Beiting, E., Investigation of the nickel-hydrogen anomalous heat effect 2017, The Aerospace Corporation: Report No. ATR-2017-01760

    http://lenr-canr.org/acrobat/BeitingEinvestigat.pdf

    See also the two abstracts on pages 7 and 8:

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    Bob Greenyer did not know until the last minute if he would be able to make it to ICCF or not.


    While he was not speak in any of the session, he had many comments and questions at the microphone after talks, and had a long presentation in one of the…
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    Something else that struck me was the spirit of cooperation among researchers. Several presenters talked about their excess heat results, but had no way to analyze the reaction products. People came to the microphone with offers to analyze the…
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    I was unable to attend the last two days of ICCF, but wish I could have stayed. A nearly every break, lunch or poster session I had interesting conversations with people who had done interesting work in the past, are now doing their own experiments,…
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    After the talk, he was asked this question (about nitrogen calibration). He quickly described how he made a correction to account for that, but I did not completely follow it. Once someone gets a copy of his report, they could let us know more.
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    I agree with Jed that the Beiting talk was one of the best so far. I do not have any of his documents, but here are my rough notes from his talk. There are likely some errors below from my rapid note taking as the slides went by.

    E. J. Beiting

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    You should not try to use a cheap meter like the KILL-A-WATT to measure power delivered through a triac. The output of a triac is a chopped sinusoid with a sharp falling edge partway through the cycle. Even a good RMS meter can have trouble accurately…
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    Why not use a Variac to drive your coil? You can get a 1000 VA Variac for ~ $70 on Amazon. That will let you set any voltage (power) input and does not create EMI like a Triac-based dimmer circuit.